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    teachers praise him for his “intelligence and diligence”. His grades weren’t grade, then how is Oliver intelligent? Spanning over several years, the topic of intelligence has been a subject of debate between scientists. No one is sure of how to define it exactly, and no one is sure about how it is structured. This is because intelligence is such an intricate concept – a concept surrounded by theories of what makes up intelligence and how it is defined. What is intelligence? Dictionaries typically

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    What is intelligence to you? Intelligence to me is someone who is able to be creative and can think outside the box. There are many different ideas of intelligence, depending on the person you speak to. Many traits can go into being intelligent; therefore, there is no single underlying factor. Some simple traits are: creative, thinker, knowledge, the ability to set a goal and achieve it, and able to think outside the box. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, intelligence is “the ability

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    November 2015 How is intelligence Effectively Measured in The U.S Intelligence is the ability to adapt to new information and use creativity and prior knowledge to assess problems in life situations. It is general cognitive problem-solving skills and. It is the mental ability involved in reasoning, perceiving relationships and analogies, calculating, and learning quickly. In the past,Earlier it was believed that there was one underlying general factor at the intelligence base called the g-factor

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    Intelligence and genetics. Introduction: For many decades psychologist have attempted to link intelligence to genetic traits and test the probability of intelligence of an individual. How does one define intelligence and what measurement scale is effective in measuring intelligence are problems scientist are facing when determining intelligence. Other factors to consider when testing and tracking intelligence is the environment, nutrition and nurture of an individual. If psychologist were able to

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    The concept of intelligence can be hard to define. The question is what are the characteristics involved in one’s perceived notion of intelligence. Most people can certainly provide examples or ideas of intelligence only in regard to people. Since the concept of intelligence seems to only be based of ideas and examples constructed from individual people, how valid the tests, given to children and adults, to measure intelligence? The assessment of intelligence from the past and present are factors

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    However, at school, the IQ is much more important than emotional intelligence, which is in my opinion truly a shame. In addition, I was very surprised that emotional intelligence is virtually all learned. I thought that it is the opposite and it is amazing. When I read about the "test anxiety", I remember myself as a 15-year-old girl, who have a relatively high IQ, but since

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    Ever since humans started to walk the Earth, their intelligence has improved dramatically. Human intelligence is an important tool that many people use daily. Using it to think through or around specific situations and not freaking out in a tense moment. Others do not calm down and think like they do. When they are faced with a situation they have an initial reaction of fight of flight. They do not choose to calm themselves down and think of a reasonable solution to their problem. George from “Edward’s

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    Artificial Intelligence and Authentic Intelligence By Weldon Smith | Submitted On May 23, 2012 Recommend Article Article Comments Print Article Share this article on Facebook Share this article on Twitter Share this article on Google+ Share this article on Linkedin Share this article on StumbleUpon Share this article on Delicious Share this article on Digg Share this article on Reddit Share this article on Pinterest Expert Author Weldon Smith Scientific people have always enjoyed the thought

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    Emotional intelligence (EI) has a lot to do with being aware of your emotions. It refers to the ability to distinguish your emotions and other people's emotions. It is one of the most recently defined types of intelligence in the field of psychology that appeared at the beginning of the 1990s by developing the concept of intelligence. Based on EI people have the mental abilities and emotional skills to solve their problems and influence other people (Pfeiffer, 2001). EI has two components and being

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    capacity to discern and respond appropriately to others emotions. To ensure this possibility, the teachers need to be competent in this area. High school teachers should exhibit social intelligence and emotional intelligence to ensure students are self-aware of one’s emotional state and others. Social intelligence is a combination of social awareness and social facility. Social awareness involves

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